Clogged Drain Repair
When you have a clogged drain in your bathroom or kitchen, your household can come to a complete stop. Normal family activities can cause grease, dirt, hair and debris to build up in plumbing systems causing clogs to occur on a weekly basis. Even the most careful household can experience these frequent clogs that make a mess and stop normal cooking, cleaning, and grooming activities. With highly skilled and well-trained technicians, Plumbing 4 Less can solve your plumbing problem with prompt and professional service. Call us now at 678-820-4747 to schedule an appointment, or click here to have our staff reach out to you! We can take care of your plumbing emergencies and keep your system functioning at its best.
Why Drains Become Clogged
Sink drains must work hard to carry away the many substances we use every day. In the kitchen, drains must often deal with grease, food particles, bones, soap residue, and a variety of other materials. Bathroom sinks can clog with a number of grooming products, hair, soap residue and body oils. Shower drains can also clog with these same materials. In older homes, pipes may have a buildup of sludge and materials that prevent the free flow of water and waste through the system. This buildup can lead to frequent clogs.
How Plumbing 4 Less Can Help
Plumbing 4 Less offers a full range of plumbing system services to ensure that your plumbing works efficiently every day.
- Faucets leaks
- Toilet clogs
- Kitchen sink clogs
- Dishwasher lines
- Bath sinks, tub and shower drains
- Garbage disposers
- Drain pipes
- Laundry drains
- Backflow problems
- Tree root obstructions
- Broken pipes
- Frozen pipes
- Sewer obstructions
Preventing Emergency Plumbing Problems
You can prevent those plumbing emergencies by doing routine maintenance on a weekly basis, doing careful inspections on a regular basis and contacting a professional plumbing company at least once a year. Toilet leaks, frozen pipes, burst pipes, overflowing and other problems generally start as small problems that become worse as time goes on. Avoid many of these problems by having your system professionally inspected on a regular basis to ensure that the system is free of structural problems, tree roots, or other serious issues.
Dangers Signs in Your Plumbing System
You can often detect the early signs of impending plumbing problems during routine inspections of your system. These include:
- Slow-running drains
- Wetness around the toilet base
- Faucets that drip
- Low water pressure
- Running toilets
- Rusting inside the water heater
- Sediment buildup in shower heads
- Poor draining of dishwasher or washing machine